What do you do when you have no trust in your cosmetic dermatologist?
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Belotero and tear troughs
That being said, if you have no trust in your treating physician, you would be best served in finding another doctor. Medicine and aesthetics are both a team effort, and you need to feel comfortable working with your physician towards a common, realistic goal. Best of luck.
No Trust In Your Physician, Seek Another
In Experienced Hands Belotero Balance Works Well For Tear Troughs
From the description here, it certainly seems that these fundamentals are now lacking and that it would be wise going forward to seek consultation and treatment elsewhere by a board certified aesthetic physician with whom you can establish a more reassuring professional relationship.
That having been said, vis-a-vis Belotero Balance, I have been using it with gratifying results for several years for treating undereye tear troughs, circles, bags, and hollows in my Upper East Side Manhattan office. Its cohesive nature allows it to flow smoothly within tissue and it possesses the additional advantage of having little to no tendency to give rise to the unwanted, bluish Tyndall Effect when injected into the delicate tissues under the eyes. Normally about a syringe is sufficient to do the job. (In my Israel satellite facility, where a far greater number of regulatory agency fillers are available, I typically opt for Teosyal Redensity II for these purposes).
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I suggest you get another consultation with a board certified cosmetic dermatologist. You should definitely get another opinion since you have questions that have not been answered. Belotero is excellent under the eye area but 3 syringes sounds like a lot of product. Best, Dr. Green
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